Monthly Archives: October 2010

Hittin’ the Street: New Portraits

A few more recent street portraits from the Panhandle and Sunset/ Ocean Beach.  I like the way this series is starting to come together, but it is conspicuously lacking women, so I need to get on that. I actually did … Continue reading

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In Print: Scraper Bikes for POC Mag

I’m thrilled that my Scraper Bike photos are still finding their way into print.  This particular publication is a contract piece by The Church of London.  It’s kind of an editorial companion to POC’s (they make helmets and stuff) product … Continue reading

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Farm to Table Feast at Oz Farm

My buddy Nate organized this dinner at his family’s farm in Mendocino County.  I attended as a guest but couldn’t resist doing a little documentation.  I tried to shoot each dish as it came out, but I was so engrossed … Continue reading

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Sunday Street Portraits

I’ve been working on a little portrait setup that fits on my bike.  I took a ride down to the Embarcadero on Sunday to give it a whirl. Donald, Fisherman Marine Corps Photographers Rollerblading Giants Fan

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Weekend at Oz

(supplemented with a few photos from a previous trip)

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The Always Lovely Sasha Darling

Purveyor of all things lovely and proprietor of San Francisco’s Bell Jar boutique, Sasha Darling is a joy to shoot.  For these press photos, we went with a straight living room shot and a more risque option. Shop Bell Jar

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In Print: Supervisor Endorsements For SFBG Cover

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